St. Andrews School of Math & Science Pollinator Garden
We are thrilled to partner with our neighbor, the St. Andrews School of Math & Science to create a 620 square foot pollinator garden from a previously unused space on the school’s grounds. Designed by CHS Hort Board Member Claudia McNab Design, the garden will rely heavily on low maintenance natives to attract a wide variety of pollinators. The garden will be incorporated into the school’s science and arts programs as well as offer students a quiet place during the school day. The school plans to establish a garden club to help maintain the garden during the school year. Be on the lookout for upcoming workdays including a day in March to clear and prep the site followed by an installation event at the end of April where we will offer practical planting advice and an opportunity to help create this wonderful new community feature!
Thank you to the Mark Elliott Motley Foundation for providing funding towards the installation of this garden and to Soil3 for their generous donation of topsoil.
If you wish to donate directly to the installation and maintenance of the SASMS pollinator garden, please visit our donation page HERE and specify that funds should go towards this garden in the notes section of the checkout page.
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